With Tom Brady's 7th Super Bowl win we're back to investigating the GOAT that he is and that means his strict diet. A lot of people do Dry January, but Ryan Seacrest revealed on-air he's thinking of doing "Tom Brady February."
So what exactly is Brady's super strict and intense diet? Seacrest is king of green juices and teas, but can he handle:
No white sugar. No white flour. No MSG or Iodized salt. No cooking with olive oil, only coconut oil. Himalayan pink salt as the sodium. No nightshades -- tomatoes, peppers, mushrooms, or eggplants -- because they're not anti-inflammatory.
No coffee. No caffeine. No fungus. No dairy. No fruits, except maybe a banana in a smoothie.
And there's more:
According to Brady's TB12 website, his diet/day consists of:
· 80% fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, and seeds
· 20% protein (chicken, red meat, seafood)
· Eat until you're 75% full
· No dairy or nightshades
· Halve your body weight in pounds and drink that many ounces of water
· Max 2 cups of coffee / No caffeine in the afternoon
· No food within 3 hours of going to bed
Seacrest shared he can handle a bevy of this, but it'll still be tricky.
Watch back the on-air moment above to find out what tips Seacrest will use to attempt "Tom Brady February" and ind out if the rest of the team is onboard...
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